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 t_rcvudata(3) -- receive a data unit from remote transport provider user
    The t_rcvudata() function is used in connectionless-mode to receive a data unit from a remote transport provider user. The argument fd identifies the local transport endpoint through which data will be received. unitdata holds information associated with the received data unit. flags is set on return to indicate that the complete data unit was not received. The argument unitdata points to a t_unit...
 t_rcvuderr(3) -- receive a unit data error indication
    The t_rcvuderr() function is used in connectionless mode to receive information concerning an error on a previously sent data unit. This function should only be issued following a unit data error indication. It informs the transport user that a data unit with a specific destination address and protocol options produced an error. The argument fd identifies the local transport endpoint through which...
 t_snd(3) -- send data or expedited data over a connection
    This function is used to send either normal or expedited data. fd identifies the local transport endpoint over which data should be sent, buf points to the user data, nbytes specifies the number of bytes of user data to be sent, and flags specifies any optional flags described below: T_EXPEDITED if set in flags, the data will be sent as expedited data and will be subject to the interpretations of ...
 t_snddis(3) -- send user-initiated disconnect request
    The t_snddis() function is used to initiate an abortive release on an already established connection or to reject a connect request. fd identifies the local transport endpoint of the connection, and call specifies information associated with the abortive release. call points to a t_call structure which contains the following members: struct netbuf addr; struct netbuf opt; struct netbuf udata; int ...
 t_sndrel(3) -- initiate an orderly release
    The t_sndrel() function is used in connection-oriented mode to initiate an orderly release at a transport endpoint specified by fd, which is a file descriptor previously returned by the t_open() function. After this orderly release is indicated, the transport user should not try to send more data through that transport endpoint. An attempt to send more data to a released transport endpoint may blo...
 t_sndudata(3) -- send a data unit
    The t_sndudata() function is used in connectionless mode to send a data unit to another transport user. The argument fd identifies the local transport endpoint through which data is sent. The argument unitdata points to a type t_unitdata structure used to specify a data unit being sent through the transport endpoint specified by the fd parameter. The t_unitdata structure has the following members:...
 t_strerror(3) -- produce an error message string
    The t_strerror() function maps the error number in errnum that corresponds to an XTI error to a language-dependent error message string and returns a pointer to the string. The string pointed to will not be modified by the program, but may be overwritten by a subsequent call to the t_strerror() function. The string is not terminated by a newline character. The language for error message strings wr...
 t_sync(3) -- synchronize transport library
    For the transport endpoint specified by fd, the t_sync() function synchronizes the data structures managed by the transport library with information from the underlying transport provider. In doing so, it can convert an uninitialized file descriptor (obtained via open(), dup() or as a result of a fork() and exec()) to an initialized endpoint, assuming that the file descriptor referenced a transpor...
 t_unbind(3) -- disable a transport endpoint
    The t_unbind() function disables the transport endpoint specified by fd which was previously bound by t_bind(). On completion of this call, no further data or events destined for this transport endpoint will be accepted by the transport provider.
 uc_access(3) -- ucontext_t (user context) access
    The Ucontext Access interfaces allow an application to access Itanium(R)-based register state contained inside the opaque mcontext_t structure within the ucontext_t user context structure. In all these interfaces, ucp is a pointer to a ucontext_t passed to the application as the third argument to a signal handler, allocated by the user and filled in with getcontext() or read from an application co...
 Uil(3) -- Invokes the UIL compiler from within an application
    The Uil function provides a callable entry point for the UIL compiler. The Uil callable interface can be used to process a UIL source file and to generate UID files, as well as return a detailed description of the UIL source module in the form of a symbol table (parse tree). command_desc Specifies the uil command line. compile_desc Returns the results of the compilation. message_cb Specifies a cal...
 UilDumpSymbolTable(3) -- Dumps the contents of a named UIL symbol table to standard output
    The UilDumpSymbolTable function dumps the contents of a UIL symbol table pointer to standard output. root_ptr Specifies a pointer to the the symbol table root entry. This value can be taken from the parse_tree_root part of the Uil_compile_desc_type data structure returned by Uil. By following the link from the root entry, you can traverse the entire parse tree. Symbol table entries are in the foll...
 VendorShell(3) -- The VendorShell widget class
    VendorShell is a Motif widget class used as a supporting superclass for all shell classes that are visible to the window manager and that are not override redirect. It contains resources that describe the MWM-specific look and feel. It also manages the MWM-specific communication needed by all VendorShell subclasses. See the mwm reference page for more information. If an application uses the XmNmwm...
 VirtualBindings(3) -- Bindings for virtual mouse and key events
    The Motif reference pages describe key translations in terms of virtual bindings, based on those described in the Motif Style Guide.
 WMShell(3) -- The WMShell widget class
    WMShell is a top-level widget that encapsulates the interaction with the window manager.
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